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  • 1. FURNITURE HARDWARE GROUP MEMBER ~ • NUR ISFARINA BINTI ISMAIL • IZZAH AZIMAH BINTI NOH • HANIS AFIQAH BINTI IDRUS • SURAYA BINTI MOHD YUSOF CONNECTOR  HINGES  METAL PLATE
  • 2. HINGES
  • 3.  A hinge is a type of bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited angle of rotation between them.  A similar structure or part, such as one that enables the valves of a bivalve mollusk to open and close.  Two objects connected by an ideal hinge rotate relative to each other about a fixed axis of rotation  Hinges may be made of flexible material or of moving components.
  • 4. ANATOMY OF HINGES
  • 5. Continuous/Piano Hinges Concealed Hinges TYPE OF HINGES
  • 6. Barrel Hinges Pivot Hinges But/Mortise Hinges Case Hinges
  • 7.  Which type of hinge is best suited to your application?  How large of a hinge will you need?  Where on the door should they be placed?  What is the most appropriate mounting configuration?  Are there any special features you'd like to have? HOW TO CHOOSE HINGES
  • 8. METAL PLATE
  • 9.  Metal-plate are commonly used to connect critical joints in upholstered furniture frames due to their high load resistance, rapid assembly, and easy connection of members with uniform thickness.  Comes in a various shape but the most popular is L- brackets.  A strong, permanent joint that can outperform traditional methods without the need for glue, clamps or extra sawing.  Just put in place, and fix with the special engineered nails.
  • 10. EXAMPLE OF METAL PLATE
  • 11.  Which type/shape is best suited to your application?  How large of a metal plate will you need?  Where on the metal plate should be placed?  What is the most appropriate mounting configuration?  Are there any special features you'd like to have? HOW TO CHOOSE METAL PLATE
  • 12. THANK YOU..